Interview with Elite Powerlifter Sarah Rainbow

By Gus Cooke / July 30, 2020 /

Sarah Rainbow is one of the best powerlifters in the country and world. In 2018 she beatAustralia’s longest standing records held but the G.O.A.T Bev Francis taking her bench press record of 150kg with a massive 157.5kg. This also won her ProRawX which is one of the biggest powerlifting meets in the world.

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Velocity Based Training for Powerlifting

By Gus Cooke / July 16, 2020 /

I talk to Jay Kelly the High Performance Liaison Officer of GymAware. The innovators of the technology behind Velocity Based Training

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Sarah Rainbow

By Gus Cooke / December 19, 2019 /

Broke the longest standing record in History and won the hardest competition in the world.

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Powerlifting Secret with Gus

By Gus Cooke / December 10, 2019 /

I had the opportunity to talk on the Wolf Den with Mark Ottobre from Enterprise Fitness straight after coaching at the biggest stage in the world of powerlifting ProRaw Big Dogs & Wild Cats. Full episode below… here is what they had to say; In this episode, powerlifting athlete and coach, Gus Cooke joins us…

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Dr. Lock’s approach in Injury Prevention for Powerlifters

By Gus Cooke / December 7, 2017 /

This is a mini-workshop Andrew Lock did for our team on injury prevention for powerlifting when we were in preparation for GPC Nationals. This is a great template to use for a powerlifter to manage all our common injuries and niggles related to shoulders and backs. Below the video and under that is the breakdown…

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Tyron Senituli

By Gus Cooke / March 14, 2017 /

The Biggest PA Total In Australian History

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Pip Brown: One Year Journey with a Powerlifter

By Gus Cooke / May 15, 2015 /

68kg @40% to 65kg @20% and 242.5kg to a 372.5kg total This is a classic example of what the recomp method can do for a powerlifter. I have been coaching Pip for a year now and she has put on an amazing 11.2kg of muscle with a fat loss of 14.1kg, while gaining 65kg on her squat,…

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